Celebrating its 10-year anniversary, Cenduit, a joint venture between QuintilesIMS and Thermo Fisher Scientific, is showcasing its solutions and expertise as an interactive response technology (IRT) specialist at DIA 2017, June 19-21 in Chicago. Cenduit’s new CEO Sam Osman will be present at the show, where the company will be launching its newest rapid study build software, Quantum Interactive.
A technology-based innovation, Quantum Interactive increases IRT quality by creating a functioning prototype of an initial study build within minutes. The tool provides a user-friendly interface to guide the study building process for faster requirements discovery and is highly configurable, regardless of study design.
“The ability to increase agility and reduce timelines is critical for success in clinical studies,” said Kim Lanza-Russo, director of product management, Cenduit. “Quantum Interactive gives sponsors the ability to bypass delays, such as lengthy requirements periods. With this tool, a fully functioning system can be ready in minutes with a higher quality end result.”
Attendees are invited to stop by Cenduit booth #1520 for a demonstration of Quantum Interactive and learn how the company’s IRT solutions can help sponsors increase efficiencies and quality delivery, saving study teams time and resources.